Since the 1970’s, Vi and Vim are popular amongst developers and are present on most UNIX-based servers. Those free and open source modal text editors can be a bit hard to use at first, but they are extremely powerful. Here is a list of over 130 commands to supercharge your coding with Vi/Vim.
If you’re blogging about programming languages, chances are that you often need to display chunks of code in your blog posts. It might seem easy, but unfortunately, sometimes it can become very tricky. In this article, I have compiled my own tips and tricks to easily display code snippets on your WordPress blog.
Are you feeling lucky today? If yes, you came at the right place since I’m happy to introduce WPkitchen.com, a new WordPress-oriented service and partner with them to lauch a new giveaway.
It’s been a long time that I haven’t published a list of fresh and super useful snippets and hacks to enhance your WordPress Theme or install. So today I’m happy to show you this nifty list of coding tips to make your WordPress blog even more powerful.
CSS3 has introduced a handful of new pseudo-class selectors. In this article, let’s first have a look at the
:target selector, then let’s see how useful it can be on a daily basis for a front-end developer.
Fonts and typography are an essential point of any website or app design. In this article, I have compiled a list of free, fresh, and totally amazing fonts for all your web design needs.
If you’re looking for a really unique tool to add an interesting twist to your already amazing projects, take a peek at SuperSpray! This incredible Photoshop Plugin by Design Rocket lets you spray transparent PNG images anywhere on your canvas. You’re basically replacing the paint in your palette with images. Use your own images or any of the 22 built-in objects.